Modular and prefab buildings are growing in popularity in recent years. Prefabex wants to clarify the difference between the two.
Modular buildings are a process in which a building is manufactured off-site, under controlled plant cases, using the High quality materials and designing to the same codes and standards as traditional built facilities – but in about half the time. Buildings are created in modules structure that when put together on site, reflect the identical design intent and features of the most advanced site-built facility – without compromise.
The term “Prefabricated buildings” points to one of the largest categories of off-site manufactured buildings. To better understand prefabricated buildings, we should understand the term prefabrication.
Prefabrication refers to a construction, or part of furniture, that is manufactured in sections to enable quick and easy assembly on site. The sections are manufactured in a factory setting or factory-like setting. The pre-built structures are then delivered to the construction site and assembled together. The method controls construction costs by economizing on time, wages, and materials.
Prefabricated and modular buildings are a creative, sustainable building delivery process utilizing offsite, lean manufacturing techniques to prefabricate single or multi-story complete building solutions in deliverable module sections.
The buildings are 70% to 90% finished off site in a factory-controlled environment, and delivered and assembled at the final building site. This can include the entire building or be components or subassemblies of bigger structures.
Prefabex modular buildings are a great choice for any company looking to build an office space. These structures can be customized to fit your needs and budget. You can develop your own plan with our experienced engineers and get the solution that best meets your space requirements.
Whether you are looking for a simple building for sale or something that incorporates a more complex design, our experts can handle the job at hand. Some of the products and structures we supply for our customers include: